ANT-MAN 3 Writer Surprised By Bad Reviews, ‘Really Sad About It’ — GeekTyrant

Critics and fans were not kind Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania. While I enjoyed the film for what it was, which was Saturday morning cartoon entertainment, the film was not without its problems. The movie was full of problems and the writing was great. So many people have complained about the bad dialogue, which I can’t disagree with.

Quantum mania is one of the worst-reviewed Marvel films in history, with a 48% on Rotten Tomatoes that nearly matches the Eternal ones record low score of 47%. Additionally, the film dropped 69% at the box office in its second weekend. It’s not going too well.

Well, now the screenwriter of the movie, Jeff Lovens, addresses the bad reviews, telling The Daily Beast, “To be honest, these reviews surprised me.” He went on to say that these reviews put him at “a very low point… They weren’t good reviews, and I was like, ‘What the…?'”

Regardless, he’s proud of what he did with certain characters saying, “I’m really proud of what I wrote Jonathan Majors and Michelle Pfeiffer (scientist Janet Pym). I thought it was good, you know? And so I was just desperate and I was really sad about it.”

He began to feel better after watching the film with audience members in a theater at an actual screening, saying, “I’m like, damn it! No, (the reviews) are wrong! I am right! MODOK is great!’ I’m pretty happy with it overall, and I think I learned how to pack a punch this week. And now that I’ve learned that it’s not too bad, I can just keep making things.”

Quantum mania was Loveness’s first major feature film. Before that, he worked on shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live and rick and morty, and when he set out to write this Marvel movie, he wanted to “make the kind of adventure movie that I loved growing up.”

Loveness went on to say, “Me Paul Ruddwe had the chance to make this dad a ’90s star, like Robin Williams Hook the Jumanji feels. You have this playable superhero that most people think is pretty low stakes, and the pitch we had was what if he accidentally finds himself in a Avengers movie basically by himself, completely out of his depth? It seemed like a really fun challenge to take on.”

Loveness is currently developing the script for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.

I have seen Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania three times so far, and every time I watch it, it just gets worse. Well, I’m probably not going to watch it anymore. After three times, all of the film’s problems stick out like sore thumbs, and one of its biggest issues, aside from the special effects, is the script and dialogue. But Jonathan Majors’ Kang The Conqueror still holds up.

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